Vol. 22 Nbr. 1, June 2013
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- Diversity and public space in Canadian cities: special issue.
- Funding matters: the maze of settlement funding in Canada and the impact on refugee services.
- Marginalized expertise of community organizations in Quebec's search for interculturalism.
- In search of Nimmathi for social sustainability? Imagining, building, and negotiating spaces of peace in Toronto's diverse neighbourhoods.
- Intercultural public spaces in multicultural Toronto.
- The exclusionary politics of creative communities: the case of Kensington Market Pedestrian Sundays.
- Citizenship in the 'in-between city'.
- Advancing Ontario's accessibility: a study of linguistic, discursive, and conceptual barriers.
- Other ways of knowing your place: immigrant women's experience of public space in Toronto.